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Manufacturing and Engineering

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  • Honda Accord Hybrid sales capacity constrained

     
    Filed under: Car Buying, Hybrid, Sedan, Plants/Manufacturing, Honda Honda might be selling more hybrids if it could just get them to dealers. While the second-generation Insight never lived up to sales expectations and production is ending, the Japanese...
  • GM expands ignition recall, takes $1.3 billion charge, suspends 2 engineers

    DETROIT General Motors Co. will expand its ignition-switch recall to more than 2 million cars to fix additional faulty parts, adding to a growing cost that GM now says will lower first-quarter earnings by $1.3 billion. The news came on the same day the...
  • Titan Machinery expects construction unit to break even

    (Reuters) - Heavy equipment retailer Titan Machinery Inc said it expects its construction machinery business to break even this year after losing money for two years, reducing the impact from a slowdown in its larger farm equipment division. The...
  • Fidelity explores new trading venue amid flash trade concerns

    BOSTON (Reuters) - Fidelity Investments said on Thursday it is exploring the creation of a new trading venue with other asset managers, as U.S. regulators investigate the controversial practice of high-frequency trading. Fidelity, the No. 2 U.S. mutual...
  • REVIEW: 'Rio 2' ★★

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    In the commercial animation realm, there are movies that reach for something, or many things. Others are content merely to baby-sit. The 2011 hit "Rio" was a baby sitter. And so is "Rio 2," a routine sequel following the perilous adventures of the...
  • Atlas rocket blasts off with secret U.S. military satellite

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - An unmanned Atlas 5 rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Thursday to put a classified satellite into orbit for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office. The 20-story tall rocket, built...
  • BMW llama a revisión a más de 156.000 vehículos en EEUU

    (Reuters) - La automotriz alemana BMW dijo el jueves que llamará a revisión voluntariamente más de 156.000 vehículos en Estados Unidos, incluyendo su popular modelo compacto 3 Series, para verificar tornillos posiblemente defectuosos que podrían dañ...
  • Lockheed to begin building asteroid sampler for NASA

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - A NASA mission to pluck samples from a distant asteroid and return them to Earth passed a major technical review, clearing engineers to begin building the robotic spacecraft, officials said on Thursday. The $800...
  • GM to take $1.3 billion charge in first quarter due ignition switch recall

    GM to take $1.3 billion charge in first quarter due ignition switch recall
    DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Co on Thursday said it will take a charge of $1.3 billion in the first quarter to cover recall-related repairs and costs, which includes a $750 million charge the company previously announced. GM said it still expects...
  • Navy may delay decision on replacing carrier supply planes

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Navy is looking for an inexpensive way to replace its aging fleet of 35 C-2 planes that ferry passengers and spare parts to aircraft carriers, but may be able to put off a procurement decision for one to two years, a Navy...
  • GM puts 2 engineers on paid leave in recall case

    DETROIT General Motors Co. has temporarily placed two engineers on paid leave after an internal investigator delivered preliminary results of a probe of the automaker's failure to fix an ignition switch defect. The company did not name the engineers....